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Roasted Eggplant Wedges with Herbed Pistachio Millet

Baked Potato & Greens Soup With Potato-Wedge Croutons

Dahi sandwich recipe | hung curd sandwich | cold sandwiches recipes

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stuffing vegetarian recipes

dahi sandwich recipe | hung curd sandwich | cold sandwiches recipes

September 10 2017 hebbar's kitchen 

dahi sandwich recipe | hung curd sandwich | cold sandwiches recipesdahi sandwich recipe | hung curd sandwich | cold sandwiches recipes with step by step photo and video recipe. typically sandwich recipes are either pressed in a grill or a toast just before the serving. but this recipe is termed as cold sandwich because of no grill and toast and is filled with hung curd and finely chopped vegetables. the stuffing can be prepared well ahead in advance and can be used as in when required. Continue reading dahi sandwich recipe | hung curd sandwich | cold sandwiches recipes at Hebbar's Kitchen.

Baked Apples with Spiced Oatmeal

August 26 2017 Green Kitchen Stories 

Baked Apples with Spiced Oatmeal Just checking in quickly today to share a nice little apple breakfast recipe that we have been making a lot lately. We know that August hasnt ended yet and we all want to hold on to summer for as long as we can and pretend that winter isnt coming. But we thought we’d provide you with a little something for when the first chillier days arrive (which has already happened here btw) and you hear raindrops come knocking on your window sills. For those moments, you can just bust these baked apples out of the oven, let the scent of warm cinnamon spread through your home and immediately feel a little better about the whole situation. We have been making variations of this both as breakfast and dessert - filling them with oatmeal topped with yogurt for breakfast, and a date and almond paste topped with whipped cream for dessert. The idea to pimp regular oatmeal/­­porridge by stuffing it inside baked apples is pretty great in its simplicity. But here we make it a tad more special and extra delicious by cooking the oatmeal with pure apple juice/­­cider, spices, butter or coconut oil and chopped almonds for extra rich flavor and texture. We then top the baked apples with a thick yogurt and drizzle with ginger honey for sweetness. And if you’ve got a little nut butter at home, that’s also good on top. Always use local apples if they are available and in season, they taste way better! Id love to chat more, but it was my birthday yesterday and Luise surprised me with a dinner, sleepover and breakfast at Stedsans in the Woods. It’s a restaurant in the middle of the Swedish forest with great food, beduin tents, outdoor showers and a floating sauna. So we’re pretty eager to experience it. I’ll probably share a few snaps on my Instagram stories later tonight, if you want to check it out. Oh, and if you have the feels for more apple recipes, check out these ones from our blog archive: o Apple, Almond & Buckwheat Muffins o Apple & Cinnamon Tray Cake o Chia Parfait & Apple Crunch o Hazelnut, Chocolate & Apple Buns o Apple & Oat Biscuits Baked Apples with Spiced Oatmeal and Ginger Honey We made this recipe with 10 apples because we wanted to make a large batch, but you can just as well make it for two or four people by reducing the amounts. 10 apples juice from 1/­­2 lemon Apple Oatmeal 1 cup rolled oats 1 cup unfiltered and unsweetened apple juice/­­cider (or milk of choice or water) 1 1/­­2 cup water 2 tbsp almonds, finely chopped 1/­­2 tsp ground cinnamon 1/­­2 tsp freshly ground cardamom 1/­­4 tsp ground vanilla 3 tbsp butter (or coconut oil) 10-15 almonds, chopped a large pinch salt Serve 1 cup full-fat greek yogurt (or coconut yogurt) Ginger Honey (simply stir lots of freshly grated ginger into honey over low heat) 10-15 almonds, chopped ground cinnamon Set the oven to 200°C /­­ 400 °F. Prepare the apples by cutting off the top and then, using a sharp small knife or apple corer, scoop out the seeds and core in the center of each apple. Use a small spoon to scoop out enough apple flesh to make room for the porridge. (The flesh can be chopped and mixed into the oatmeal before filling the apples). Rub the inside of the apples with a little lemon juice and place them in a baking tray with high sides. Add all the oatmeal ingredients except butter and to a medium sized sauce pan and bring to a boil while stirring. Lower the heat and cook until creamy. Stir in the butter (or coconut oil) and almonds towards the end and then fill the apples with the oatmeal, top with a pinch extra cinnamon and put the apple tops back on. Add 2 tbsp water to the bottom of the baking tray and bake for 25-30 minutes or until the apples are soft. Keep an eye on the oven as different apple varieties need different baking time. Serve the apples on a plate, topped with a dollop yogurt, chopped almonds, cinnamon and a drizzle of ginger honey.

chilli cheese sandwich recipe | grilled cheese chilli sandwich recipe

August 7 2017 hebbar's kitchen 

chilli cheese sandwich recipe | grilled cheese chilli sandwich recipechilli cheese sandwich recipe | grilled cheese chilli sandwich recipe with step by step photo and video recipe. generally these chilli cheese sandwiches are served in a large triangular shaped white breads. in other words, 3 large sandwich slices are stuffed with grated cheddar cheese with finely chopped capsicum stuffing which is grilled till crisp. it is later served with some extra grated cheese topping with hot and sweet tomato ketchup. Continue reading chilli cheese sandwich recipe | grilled cheese chilli sandwich recipe at Hebbar's Kitchen.

momos soup recipe | momo jhol achar | paneer momo dumpling soup

July 21 2017 hebbar's kitchen 

momos soup recipe | momo jhol achar | paneer momo dumpling soupmomos soup recipe | momo jhol achar | paneer momo dumpling soup with step by step photo and video recipe. basically an extended version of traditional momos recipe which is served spicy achar or sesame or tomato based soup. it is mainly served as appetiser just before the meal, but can also be served as a starter. in this recipe, paneer based vegetable stuffing is used, but can easily mix and matched with any meat based momos too. Continue reading momos soup recipe | momo jhol achar | paneer momo dumpling soup at Hebbar's Kitchen.

pizza puff recipe | pizza mcpuff recipe | mcdonald’s veg pizza mcpuff

June 16 2017 hebbar's kitchen 

pizza puff recipe | pizza mcpuff recipe | mcdonald’s veg pizza mcpuffpizza puff recipe | pizza mcpuff recipe | mcdonalds veg pizza mcpuff with step by step photo and video recipe. perhaps one of the popular side snacks one the mcdonalds indian menu which has the combination of pizza and puff taste. basically the stuffing is prepared with the veggies and pizza sauce later to to be stuffed inside the puff pastry. typically it is deep fried but can also be baked in oven till it is crisp. Continue reading pizza puff recipe | pizza mcpuff recipe | mcdonald’s veg pizza mcpuff at Hebbar's Kitchen.

stuffed capsicum recipe | bharwa shimla mirch | bharleli shimla mirch

April 25 2017 hebbar's kitchen 

stuffed capsicum recipe | bharwa shimla mirch | bharleli shimla mirchstuffed capsicum recipe | bharwa shimla mirch | bharleli shimla mirch recipe with step by step photo and video recipe. traditionally stuffed bell peppers are spanish cuisine delicacy which is served basically with cheese topping. however this recipe is a fusion recipe of with a indian touch and indian spices. while the stuffing can vary from region to region and it can be extended with meat or egg but this recipe is pure vegetarian with veggies stuffing. Continue reading stuffed capsicum recipe | bharwa shimla mirch | bharleli shimla mirch at Hebbar's Kitchen.

chum chum recipe | cham cham sweet recipe | chomchom recipe

April 22 2017 hebbar's kitchen 

chum chum recipe | cham cham sweet recipe | chomchom recipechum chum recipe | cham cham sweet recipe | chomchom recipe with step by step photo and video recipe. it is believed that chomchom dessert originated from porabari, tangail, bangladesh but it is hugely popular in eastern india too. the texture and recipe is very similar to rasgulla or even rasmalai but has a unique taste of its own by stuffing mawa or khoya in between. typically is coated with dedicated coconut powder as a last step and decorated with cherries or tutti fruities. Continue reading chum chum recipe | cham cham sweet recipe | chomchom recipe at Hebbar's Kitchen.

baingan masala recipe | brinjal masala recipe | eggplant masala curry

April 6 2017 hebbar's kitchen 

baingan masala recipe | brinjal masala recipe | eggplant masala currybaingan masala recipe | brinjal masala recipe | eggplant masala curry with step by step photo and video recipe. brinjal masala recipe is a popular north indian curry recipe which are typically stuffed with peanut and coconut masala. later these stuffed eggplant are cooked in a thick curry sauce which combines with the brinjal stuffing to form flavourful curry. this restaurant style brinjal curry is best suited for dinner and lunch parties and even for potluck parties. Continue reading baingan masala recipe | brinjal masala recipe | eggplant masala curry at hebbar's kitchen.

cocktail samosa recipe | party samosa recipe with samosa sheets

March 25 2017 hebbar's kitchen 

cocktail samosa recipe | party samosa recipe with samosa sheetscocktail samosa recipe | party samosa recipe with samosa sheets with step by step photo and video recipe. traditionally samosas are prepared by stuffing aloo and peas in a plain flour or maida based roti which is then deep fried to crisp. however this recipe is a unconventional and prepared with sheets or rolls and the folded into a cone or triangular shaped pockets which is then later deep fried. Continue reading cocktail samosa recipe | party samosa recipe with samosa sheets at hebbar's kitchen.

Sweet and Savory Energy Bites, What to Do with Leftover Nut Milk Pulp

February 10 2017 Golubka Kitchen 

Sweet and Savory Energy Bites, What to Do with Leftover Nut Milk Pulp Last week, I talked a little bit about my love for homemade nut milk, how it always tastes better than the store-bought kind, and how the amount of control I have over the process and ingredients makes it all worth the tiny bit of fuss. I’ve noticed that whenever I discuss making nut milk with anyone, the question of utilizing the leftover nut pulp is bound to come up. No one wants to throw it away, but not many people know what to do with it, either. I was in the same boat for years – sometimes, I would freeze the pulp for later use in place of almond flour in baked goods, which didn’t always work out because the pulp is not quite as dry as almond flour. Other times, I tried incorporating it into granola, but If I’m being honest, I often ended up throwing it away, not without some serious guilt. About a month ago, I opened up the question on instagram and got so many fascinating suggestions that went way beyond baking/­­granola: a base for stuffing, a thickener for smoothies, chicken feed, face scrub (!), and energy balls. I found the idea of pulp-based energy balls to be really compelling and set out to make both a sweet and a savory version. I’m really excited to share the results! Both of these recipes are ‘kitchen sink’-style and can easily act as a pantry cleanout aid. The sweet bites are full of toasty notes from the nuts, seeds and coconut, chocolatey and energizing with the addition of cacao, and sweetened with dates. The savory ones remind be a bit of the raw falafel I used to make back in the day. There’s miso, tahini, and tamari, as well as invigorating spices, herbs and even seaweed. Both make for an amazing pick-me-up snack, easy to transport and a breeze to prepare. And I definitely won’t be throwing away any more nut pulp. Savory Energy Bites   Print Serves: about 30 balls Ingredients 1 cup nut pulp, left over from making plain nut milk ¼ cup toasted unhulled sesame seeds, plus more for coating 2 tablespoons ground flax seeds 2 tablespoons sesame tahini 2 tablespoons freshly squeezed lemon juice 1 tablespoon miso paste 1 tablespoon neutral coconut oil ½ tablespoon tamari 1 teaspoon smoked paprika, plus more for coating 1 teaspoon turmeric, plus more for coating optional add ins 1 tablespoon dulse seaweed 3 scallions - thinly sliced 1 garlic clove - minced 1 tablespoon chopped dill Instructions Mix all the the ingredients in a food processor or in a bowl by hand, until well combined. Roll into balls about 1-inch in diameter. Coat with sesame seeds, turmeric and/­­or smoked paprika, if desired. Keep refrigerated in an airtight container for up to 4 days. 3.5.3226   Sweet Energy Bites   Print Serves: about 30 balls Ingredients 1 cup mix of various toasted nuts and seeds, such as hazelnuts, walnuts, pumpkin, sunflower or sesame seeds, plus more for coating 2 large, soft Medjool dates - pitted and soaked in hot water for 10 minutes 1 cup nut pulp, left over from making nut milk 4 tablespoons raw cacao powder 3 tablespoons honey or maple syrup, or to taste 2 tablespoons almond butter 2 tablespoons tahini 2 tablespoons chia seeds 1 tablespoon neutral coconut oil optional add ins 1 tablespoon hemp hearts handful toasted coconut flakes or desiccated coconut 2-3 tablespoons cacao nibs ½ tablespoon mesquite powder ½ tablespoon moringa powder 1 teaspoon maca powder 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1 teaspoon ground ginger matcha powder - for coating raisins - for decorating Instructions Place toasted nuts/­­seeds into the bowl of a food processor and grind into a meal. Drain dates and add them to the food processor with the rest of the ingredients. Process until thoroughly combined. Roll into balls about 1-inch in diameter. Coat in seeds and matcha, if using, and decorate with various nuts and raisins, if using. Keep refrigerated in an airtight container for up to a week. 3.5.3226   Have you heard of Daily Harvest? They deliver healthy, ready-to-blend smoothies and ready-to-heat soups to your door, which casually include all kinds of superfoods like açaí, cacao, camu camu, adaptogenic mushrooms, astralagus, and ginseng, in addition to freshly frozen fruits and veggies. I love making my own soups and smoothies, but I’m not going to lie, having a wholesome and delicious option in the freezer is really nice on busy days, especially when I know that I can stand behind all the ingredients. If you happen to be in need of a healthful shortcut, use the discount code above to get 3 free smoothies or soups :) You might also like... 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9 Meatless Thanksgiving Sides

November 21 2016 Meatless Monday 

9 Meatless Thanksgiving SidesGive Thanks with these Seasonal Side Dishes There is so much more to a Thanksgiving meal than just the turkey. Thanksgiving is a time for families to gather, catch up and, of course, share the foods they love. We’ve hand-picked the best meatless sides for your Thanksgiving dinner, courtesy of our Official Meatless Monday bloggers. Bring some of these flavorful side dishes to your family’s table and share the delicious benefits of plant-based foods! Oven Roasted Root Vegetables | The Roasted Root Lighter Stuffing Muffins | Homemade Nutrition Roasted Green Beans | Mango & Tomato Fluffy Cornbread {Vegan} | The Veg Life! Mashed Cauliflower | Veggie Chick Cranberry- Ginger Sauce | Kroll’s Korner Hasselback Potatoes | The Salty Tomato Roasted Brussel Sprouts and Apples with Balsamic Glaze | Bean a Foodie Mom’s Sweet Potato Casserole Made Gluten- Free and Vegan | Eating Bird Food The post 9 Meatless Thanksgiving Sides appeared first on Meatless Monday.

9 Vegetarian Stuffing Recipes Everyone Will Love

November 8 2016 Oh My Veggies 

No need to skip the stuffing this year! These stuffing recipes are totally vegetarian, and sure to please everyone at your holiday table.

Gemista – A Rainbow of Stuffed Veggies

September 20 2016 Green Kitchen Stories 

Gemista – A Rainbow of Stuffed Veggies With less than a month left before the baby is due to arrive, a riot of feelings are bombarding me as I am trying to get mentally and physically prepared. The excitement that our small family (or perhaps not so small anymore) soon get to meet the tiny person that has been kicking my ribs out for the past months. The nervousness how this baby will affect our family’s dynamic. And the fear that we won’t have time to hug all our children and each other enough as we will be drowning under all the duties of everyday life. I don’t think I can be entirely mentally prepared for all the changes that are coming. But I am at least trying to solve a few practicalities. I have just started filling the freezer with soups, bread and vegetable patties. I have also picked up a small selection of new clothes for the baby and brought down the ones we saved from Isac from the attic. Isac has been sleeping in our room until now but will soon move in together with Elsa. Things are starting to fall into place, piece by piece. One bump in the preparations is that David actually is traveling to Turkey tomorrow and will be there for a few days for a mission with WFP, meeting Syrian refugees and documenting their stories (he will tell you more about it here on the blog soon). Even if I am not thrilled about the timing, we both felt like this was something we wanted to be involved in. I’m just crossing my fingers that the baby isn’t too eager to come out early (and that he will stay safe down there)! Lately, I have been making variations of the Greek dish Gemista (a.k.a stuffed vegetables). The kids are loving it and have been shoving there faces full with the stuffing even before it’s baked. The traditional way of preparing the rice is to let it cook together with the rest of the stuffing ingredients but since we are using red or black rice, we cook it separately and then add it, otherwise it stains the entire filling and it just doesn’t look pleasant. In Greece they usually also add some potato slices in between the vegetables on the tray and then pour a thin layer of tomato passata to cover the bottom of the tray. This slightly cleaner approach work well in our family as the kids love to hold the stuffed vegetables with their hands without getting messy. But feel free to add potatoes and tomato sauce for a more traditional take. We used a mix of green, yellow and red tomatoes and peppers and it came out so beautiful. If you only have red tomatoes, that of course works as well. It is easily made vegan by swapping the feta cheese with tofu. Gemista – Rice Stuffed Vegetables  Serves 4 200 g/­­ 1 cup red rice, rinsed 500 ml /­­ 2 cups water 1 tsp sea salt 1 kg /­­ 2 lb mixed tomatoes and/­­or bell peppers (approx 15 vegetables, less if they are large) 1-2 tbsp olive oil or coconut oil 1 red onion, peeled and finely chopped 1 clove garlic, peeled and finely chopped 20 wrinkly black olives, pitted 2 tbsp pickled capers, drained 2 tbsp finely chopped fresh mint 2 tbsp finely chopped fresh parsley 1 handfull almonds, chopped 2 tbsp lemon juice 4 tbsp raisins or finely chopped dates 150 g /­­1 cup feta cheese (optional) Yogurt sauce 1 cup natural yogurt 1 tbsp olive oil 2 tbsp lemon juice 2 tbsp finely chopped mint leaves 1 small clove garlic, peeled and finely chopped salt and black pepper Preheat the oven to 175°C /­­ 350°F. Place rice and water in a saucepan, bring to a boil, lower the heat immediately and let simmer on low heat for as long as instructed on the packet (meanwhile prepare the other ingredients). Drain if needed and transfer the cooked rice to a large mixing bowl. Trim off the top of each tomato. Use a small spoon to scrape out the seeds and flesh from the tomatoes and into a bowl. Slice each bell pepper lengthwise and discard the seeds, alternatively trim off each top and discard the seeds (depending on the shape of the pepper). Heat oil in a skillet, add onion, olives and capers. Finely chop the tomato flesh and add it together with the seeds and liquid. Sauté for about 15 minutes until soft and fragrant, then transfer to the mixing bowl. Add the rest of the ingredients and stir to combine. Fill upp the tomatoes and bell peppers with the stuffing, pressing down very gently as you go. Place the caps back on top of the tomatoes and bell peppers. Place the vegetables in a greased ovenproof dish and bake in the oven for 30-35 minutes or until the tomatoes and bell peppers are soft, golden and have slightly burnt edges. Whisk together the ingredients for the yogurt sauce in a small bowl while the vegetables are in the oven. Serve the stuffed vegetables with a drizzle of yogurt sauce and a simple side salad of choice. ************************ PS! We are having a supper club at Urban Deli in Stockholm next Monday, 26th September at 17.00. We have created a dinner menu together with them and it includes a few smoothies from our new book, warm dishes from our other books and a dessert. We will be there all evening to talk about our books, food philosophy, answer questions and also try to sit down and chat with all of you. Hopefully we will all have a nice and cosy Monday evening. Tickets can be purchased here! We have also released a few new products together with Urban Deli - a curry, a salad, a smoothie and a delicious overnight oats - that are sold as take-away boxes on all their locations.

The Best Vegan Nacho Toppings

June 15 2016 Vegie Head 

Nacho’s aren’t rocket science. They’re 50% prep, 10% assembly and 40% stuffing them in as fast as you can without losing the toppings all down your top. But what are the best vegan nacho toppings? Here I share with you some of my fave toppings guaranteed to beef up your nachos (wit...

bread samosa recipe | how to make bread samosa | easy samosa recipe

June 22 2017 hebbar's kitchen 

bread samosa recipe | how to make bread samosa | easy samosa recipebread samosa recipe | how to make bread samosa | easy samosa recipe with step by step photo and video recipe. ideally the samosas are prepared with thin samosa sheets or with all purpose dough. however this recipe of bread samosa is prepared with left over sandwich bread bread slices and filled with potato stuffing. it is easy and quick snack to satify the cravings for samosa recipe without much hassle. Continue reading bread samosa recipe | how to make bread samosa | easy samosa recipe at Hebbar's Kitchen.

Gluten Free Stuffing with Kale, Caramelized Onions, and Mushrooms

May 29 2017 Oh My Veggies 

I’ve never been much of a stuffing person. I don’t dislike it and I’ll eat it if it’s there, but I’ve never attempted to make it myself. I mean, what is stuffing but stale bread and broth? That’s like what they’d feed prisoners in the Middle Ages. And we’re supposed to look forward to this? […]

6 Fantastic Ways to Stuff Sweet Potatoes

April 22 2017 VegKitchen 

6 Fantastic Ways to Stuff Sweet Potatoes Sweet potatoes are vegetable heaven! If you do absolutely nothing other than bake or microwave them, theyre still as delicious as all heck. Not to diss regular potatoes, but sweet potatoes have them beat in nutrients, especially in vitamin A and C. Though sweet potatoes are super tasty in their own right, stuffing them with other tasty […] The post 6 Fantastic Ways to Stuff Sweet Potatoes appeared first on VegKitchen.

homemade chocolate recipe | how to make milk chocolate recipe

April 14 2017 hebbar's kitchen 

homemade chocolate recipe | how to make milk chocolate recipehomemade chocolate recipe | how to make milk chocolate recipe with step by step photo and video recipe. there are several variation to homemade milk chocolate with and without stuffing and caramelised liquid. however this recipe is a basic milk chocolate recipe prepared with milk powder and coconut oil. moreover this homemade chocolate recipe has very good shelf life and can easily survive for 3-4 months in a cool place. Continue reading homemade chocolate recipe | how to make milk chocolate recipe at Hebbar's Kitchen.

matar kachori recipe | matar ki kachori | peas kachori recipe

March 31 2017 hebbar's kitchen 

matar kachori recipe | matar ki kachori | peas kachori recipematar kachori recipe | matar ki kachori | peas kachori recipe with step by step photo and video recipe. basically it is prepared with all purpose flour dough which is stuffed with the green peas plus spice masala and later deep fried to round flattened ball. there are several variations to this flaky and layered snack which often varies with its stuffing. the stuffing may vary with pyaj kachori, moong dal kachori, aloo ki kachori, mawa kachori and even kachori chaat recipe with sweet tamarind chutney. Continue reading matar kachori recipe | matar ki kachori | peas kachori recipe at hebbar's kitchen.

Instant Pot Masala Eggplant Curry

February 24 2017 Vegan Richa 

Instant Pot Masala Eggplant CurryInstant Pot Masala Eggplant Curry. Pressure cooked Indian Baghare baingan. Stuffed Baby Eggplant /­­ Brinjal Curry. Add chickpeas to make a meal. Vegan Glutenfree Soyfree Recipe . Easily made nut-free I make variations of stuffed baby eggplant using the traditional method of pan frying the eggplant, then stuffing it, and then cooking in the sauce. The frying or pan frying helps hold color and shape of the eggplant. But its a long process. And really its so delicious either way whether you do the frying method or this shorter pressure cooked version.  Make this pressure cooked version and dress it liberally with coconut and cilantro so no one will know how you made it and serve over rice or as a side with dals and flatbread. The stuffing a a mix of roasted whole spices, nuts, chickpea flour or besan, and some coconut. Omit the nuts and use more of chickpea flour and coconut for nut-free version.  The toasty mixture is ground up and blended with some ginger, garlic and lime juice to make a coarse paste. The eggplants are sliced across and filled with the paste. Place them in the Instant pot or pressure cooker, add water and done! Cook for 3 to 5 mins, natural release whenever ready to serve. Continue reading: Instant Pot Masala Eggplant CurryThe post Instant Pot Masala Eggplant Curry appeared first on Vegan Richa.

Delicious Vegan Thanksgiving Recipes

November 21 2016 VegKitchen 

Delicious Vegan Thanksgiving Recipes Why center your Thanksgiving dinner on the turkey? With many trusted and tasty recipes online, creating a vegan Thanksgiving menu can be simple, delicious and compassionate. Browsing our favorite

Super Traditional Vegan Stuffing

November 16 2016 Oh My Veggies 

This savory stuffing tastes just like traditional versions of the dish that you probably grew up eating, but its completely vegan.

Polenta, Vegan Sausage, and Mushroom Stuffing

October 19 2016 VegKitchen 

Polenta, Vegan Sausage, and Mushroom Stuffing Using prepared polenta and vegan sausage makes for a nice change-of-pace stuffing for fall and winter meals, and its great for the Thanksgiving table,  too. Adapted from

Perfectly Packable, No Cook Picnics: Featuring Artichoke Panzanella

July 18 2016 Meatless Monday 

  Whether youre headed for the beach or your own backyard, packing the perfect picnic foods can make the difference between a seriously fun day and a soggy one! Just in time from our No Cook Summer Recipe video series is Artichoke Panzanella in a Jar, a juicy layering of fresh vegetables, oil, basil, garlic, and day-old bread that marinates in your own ready-to-travel Mason jar. Watch our how-to video to see how easy it is to make! Other tips for packable treats thatll survive the heat: Finger foods like fresh cucumber slices, radishes, and snap peas are great for healthy snacking. Cut veggies like baby carrots and broccoli go great with our Spicy Sesame Hummus. For a main dish that travels well, check out our how-to video for Chickpea Salad Niçoise Sandwiches. And for easy desserts, indulge in juicy fruits that pack well like peaches, plums, cherries, and grapes. Use sealable containers to avoid leakage, and dont forget utensils, napkins, paper towels, and even garbage bags. This summer keep everything fresh and cool. Besides stuffing your cooler or picnic basket with ice packs, toss in some pre-frozen bottles of water and youll be able to enjoy cool liquids all day long. Just remember to throw out perishables if the ice has been melted for more than two hours. Get ready for next weeks Pad Thai Zoodle Salad, chock full of fresh spiralized veggies dressed with a delicious, light dressing! The post Perfectly Packable, No Cook Picnics: Featuring Artichoke Panzanella appeared first on Meatless Monday.

Broccoli Chickpea Stuffed Flatbread – Broccoli Paratha Yeast-free

February 16 2016 Vegan Richa 

Broccoli Chickpea Stuffed Flatbread – Broccoli Paratha Yeast-free Stuffed Parathas used to be a favorite breakfast, lunch or evening snack when growing up. There was always some dough in the fridge, so it was matter of grating or mashing some veggies or other fillings, cooking them slightly if needed, and using as stuffing. Parathas are generally served with Indian pickles which commonly use raw mango, lime, chilies or vegetables preserved in an oil base with spices such as mustard seeds, fennel, fenugreek seeds,salt etc. These pickles are available in Indian stores or online. The stuffed flatbreads can also be used anywhere where you use flatbreads, as a side with curries or soups, or with a dip.  These Broccoli parathas have shredded broccoli and chickpeas with spices stuffed into a wheat dough. Use other cooked beans or lentils of choice and other spices of choice for many variations. The process of making the dough and rolling it out seems tedious, but it gets easy with practice. For a gluten-free paratha, see my book for the chia flatbread dough that works well for making stuffed flatbread or use this Sweet Potato gluten-free flatbread dough or use any chapati/­­roti dough of choice.  These flatbreads have the veggie stuffing inside them. You can also add the veggies directly in the dough while kneading like this Squash flatbread- Lauki Paratha. Do you like stuffed flatbreads? What is favorite stuffing?  Continue reading: Broccoli Chickpea Stuffed Flatbread – Broccoli Paratha Yeast-freeThe post Broccoli Chickpea Stuffed Flatbread – Broccoli Paratha Yeast-free appeared first on Vegan Richa.


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